• Aniki 🌱🌿@lemm.ee
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    We really need to start eating the parasites that talk like this. This fucking shit stain has never worked a day in it’s pathetic little life.

    Ramsey was born in Antioch, Tennessee, to real estate developers.[2] He attended Antioch High School where he played ice hockey. At age 18, Ramsey took the real estate exam[2] and began selling property, working through college at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville,[2] where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Real Estate.[3]

    Daddy gave him all he’s got and yet it’s my fault my dad was a poor artist and died young?

    eat my whole asshole Ramsey

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      Do you have any recipes for cooking human flesh, since you espouse cannibalism? I’m just wondering if you’re prepared to practice what you preach.

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        I don’t think you need specific recipes for cooking human flesh, I would think any recipe used for pork would be pretty 1 to 1

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      What part of that says “got his money from his dad”?

      It says he sold property to put himself through school at age 18.

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          Yeah people will hear stories like that and think go-getter, and its like even if it wasn’t a tee ball job, tell an 18 year old off the street to reproduce that outcome with no connections or cash, its not happening.

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          He was a real estate agent. It doesn’t say he owned property at 18.

          You know real estate agents don’t own the properties they sell, right?

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    However, the upheaval millennials and Gen Z have faced may soon be behind them. The former is expected to become the “richest generation in history,” courtesy of a $90 trillion great wealth transfer in the coming decades, while younger consumers generally say they’re feeling more optimistic about their financial futures.

    Don’t worry, eventually your parents will die and you’ll be able to live in the whole house not just the basement.

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      $90 trillion great wealth transfer. As if that money is going into the hands of people who aren’t already obscenely wealthy to begin with.

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        Also the the boomers with any wealth are going to live a lot longer. My boomer mom’s mom was 91 when she died, the only reason my mom is solvent is because she inherited and sold grandma’s house.

        If my mom lives that long I’ll be in my mid 60s and my brother in his 50s. I’m a late Gen Xer btw.

        So the timeline is at least 15-20 more years.

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        Subscription services will be like “sorry it’s $1k per extra seat now”

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      This is what neoliberalism and capitalism wants the younger generations to believe, but a large percentage of that wealth will be stolen via health care and similar predatory, exploitative systems.

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        And do you think the inflation caused solely by greed might be related? They need to capture that money now before it is inherited.

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        This. My grandparents were well off and set up a trust for me and my brother.

        It wasn’t much. And then all of it went into her nursing home when the dementia got so bad we couldn’t care for her ourselves anymore.

        And the rich got richer

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      Yeah, nah.

      That wealth isn’t fairly distributed. The children of rich parents will be richer, the rest of us will be worse off.

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      … $90 trillion great wealth transfer in the coming decades …

      This only counts if your deceased parents have any wealth to transfer.

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      Don’t worry, eventually your parents will die and you’ll be able to live in the whole house not just the basement.

      Only if you don’t have to sell the house beforehand in order to be able to afford a nursing home for your parents

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      They haven’t forgotten. They bought the cops. Now what do we do?

      ACAB.

      Pitchforks to dinner forks.

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        They cannot arrest or kill the entire working class, pitchforks or not. I mean, they could, but then who would work for them and make them richer? They need us and it’s going to be a very painful reminder when we remind them, one way or another.

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          We should have reminded them decades ago. Like in the 90’s when they started shipping jobs overseas for cheaper labor.

          Now? Good luck convincing people to bother instead of just doing whatever the mainstream media tells them to do.

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    I’ve been sick of him from the first moment I met an adherent. I mentioned how I like to avoid debt and pay it down early and the person said “Oh, so you listen to Dave Ramsey?” I confessed to having no idea who they were talking about, and they swore that I was being obtuse because I couldn’t have come up with “interest sucks” on my own.